20 under-the-radar San Antonio restaurants you should try right now

Alamo City residents often have their favorite neighborhood taqueria, go-to Chinese spot and preferred barbecue joint. But it doesn’t hurt to try…

By San Antonio Current Staff

B & B Tamales and Food To Go
866 W Mayfield Blvd, (210) 921-0847
It doesn’t matter if you’re in the mood for tamales or barbacoa, both are solid options here. Be sure to stock up if you’re not in the neighborhood, we promise they’re just as tasty when you reheat them.
Photo via Instagram / d_pintor
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The 25 most popular restaurants in San Antonio right now, according to Yelp

We get it. Choosing which local dining spots to check out can be a daunting task. With a slew of new eateries…

By San Antonio Current Staff

7. Bilia Eatery & Coffee
2211 NW Military Hwy. Ste. 131B, (210) 530-1333, facebook.com/eatbilia
"You will regret not eating here. In addition to their delicious sandwiches, they also make a bomb spicy sauce that is out of this world! Service was great and the restaurant seems to be well kept." – Michael C.
Photo via Instagram / biliaeatery
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28 essential ramen and pho spots in San Antonio to get your noodle fix

If slurping up savory broth and hot noods is your jam, San Antonio has no shortage of ramen and pho shops doling…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Noodle Tree
7114 UTSA Boulevard, Suite 101, (210) 233-6371, noodletreetx.com
There are no frills at Noodle Tree, but chef Mike Nguyen’s training and dedicated staff aim to deliver food experiences to sate  all your noodly cravings. Pro tip: if there’s pork belly bao available, order it. Trust us on this. 
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22 LGBTQ+ friendly bars and restaurants in San Antonio

June of 2021 is filled with reason for celebration, thanks to the overlap of Pride Month and the city's delayed Fiesta revelry.…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Cereal Killer Sweets
1031 Patricia, Suite 104, (210) 753-2032, cerealkillersweets.com
Satisfy your sweet tooth at one of San Antonio’s queer-owned businesses with an impressive catalog of LGBTQ+-centric charitable causes.
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texas_made_eats
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In a Takeout Rut? We Asked 15 San Antonio Chefs What They've Been Ordering While Quarantined

As of Friday, San Antonio restaurants are able to open their dining rooms at 50% capacity under Phase 2 of Governor Abbott's…

By Nina Rangel

Botika
303 Pearl Parkway #111, (210) 670-7684, botikapearl.com
The Dragon Dinner at Botika has become chef Geronimo Lopez’s go-to when he needs a meal to-go. The meal feeds four, and includes all of his favorite things: whole roasted chicken with anticuchero marinade & chimichurri, potstickers, egg rolls, steamed rice, corn salsa, salad and dessert. 
Photo courtesy Geronimo Lopez
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22 Essential Asian Restaurants Offering Delivery in San Antonio

Delivery food options abound in San Antonio, giving us a chance to sample varied cuisines from the comfort of home. To that…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Thai Chili
Multiple locations, (210) 607-9413, thaichili.net
Authentic healthy Thai cuisine. Call (210) 607-9413 for delivery from either location or order through Grubhub, Favor, Beyond Menu, Eat Street or The Deliver Ring. 
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Noodle Tree Launches New Lunch Menu With Ramen, Rice Bowls and Spicy Miso Cones

When you're surrounded by the beige strip malls and familiar restaurant franchises in the UTSA area, it's easy to miss out on…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Noodle Tree chef Mike Nguyen has developed new dishes like the spicy tuna tartare miso cone.
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